Getting to a horror film screening is easy on All-Hallows eve in London. but Smoke Screen has assembled a list of some of the more unusual choices open to the adventurous...
Deptford Cinema presents WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS + Halloween Party
Saturday 31 October, from 8.30pm at Deptford Cinema.
Full Moon Film Night and Halloween Costume Party.
Get your tickets for the film at wegottickets.com
Or buy your ticket for the party on the door.
Bechdel Test Fest presents Horror Heroines: Feminist or Foe?
Proud Archivist Saturday, 31 October 2015 from 16:00 to 20:30 (GMT)
Fear. Trauma. Victimhood. These are words associated with horror movies. Often derided as misogynistic trash, there’s another school of thought that suggests the horror film has done more for women on screen than any other genre. In this vein the BTF celebrates this Halloween with some fearless females in a double bill of two beloved horror films, both for free at the The Proud Archivist.
1: The Craft (Andrew Flemming, 1996)
Screening Starts: 4pm - 6pm (with short welcome intro from Bechdel Test Fest)
2: Scream (Wes Craven, 1996)
Screening Starts: 6.30pm - 8.30pm
Tickets are free but booking is essential. Ticket does not guarantee entry so please arrive early to avoid disappointment
Regent Street Cinema October 31st, 11pm
Cigarette Burns and the Regent St Cinema bring out the classics,
Films playing are:
– Tourist Trap
– Halloween III
– Salem’s Lot
– Zombie Flesh Eaters
Final entry is at midnight